Planning Agreement Practice Note

Explain the features of the Incorporated Plan Overlay (IPO) and the Development Plan (DPO) – the preferred tools to support the plans – and you`ll give tips on when these tools should be used, and instructions on how they should be used to meet location requirements. PPN83 – Planning PracticeDeference: Evaluation of External Sound Effects for Homes (PDF – 184.6 KB) 83 Evaluation of External Sound Effects on PPN83.doc Homes (MS Word Document – 263.5 KB) Explains the role of external documents in planning plans, the difference between the integrated and background documents and when a document is to be recorded or a background document. The draft updated planning agreement includes: PPN12 – Application of flood provisions in planning plans (PDF file – 638.4 KB) PPN12 – Application of flood provisions in planning plans (MS Word Document – 126.5 KB) explains to applicants, the municipality and the relevant authorities what to do as a neighbourhood. Provides guidance for the preparation or evaluation of a proposed residential construction to meet the requirements of residential construction in residential construction plans. Informs the relevant authority, water management and landowners of the protection of drinking water watersheds opened by guidelines, codes of conduct, legislation, subordinate legislation (planning plans) and standard licensing conditions. The Planning and Environment Act of 1987, the Heritage Act of 1995 and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Law Act 1998 provided for the intervention of the Minister of Planning in planning and heritage processes. This planning note outlines the circumstances under which the Minister will consider the exercise of these intervention powers and the principles applicable when considering a request for intervention, so that the application of the intervention powers is both transparent and accountable. Contains guidelines to ensure common interpretation and consistent application of housing standards in clauses 54 and 55 of all planning plans. Voluntary planning agreements (VPAs) are generally seen as useful instruments that allow flexibility in the provision of public services and the provision of contributions to a number of public objectives that can go beyond traditional local contribution plans. This flexibility can benefit both developers and the broader community, and the draft practice advisory program recognizes these factors as reasons, among other things, for the dissemination of VPAs. Contains instructions to assess the importance of vegetation in urban areas and protect important vegetation through the planning scheme.

Contains guidelines for the implementation of flood provisions in planning plans, including policy preparation, identification of flood-affected areas, development of a local flood plan, and enforcement and implementation of flood provisions, including the development of schedules. Provides guidelines for coastal risk management, coastal risk assessment decision-making and development planning in coastal areas. In particular, none of the major changes to the draft practice notice will address concerns about the misuse of VPAs. The draft practice notice provides examples of “potential adverse outcomes,” including planning authorities who request inappropriate benefits or mistakenly rely on their legal position for inappropriate benefits, but does not provide new guidelines on how to avoid these outcomes. Section 12B of the Planning and Environment Act of 1987 requires a planning authority to regularly review the provisions of the planning plan. This exercise note explains what a revision of the planning plan is and proposes a procedure for implementing and notifying the audit.

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